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OStatus #8

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evanp opened this Issue Jan 7, 2012 · 24 comments

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evanp commented Jan 7, 2012

We should support remote follow using OStatus.

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evanp commented Apr 1, 2013

This is likely to work with a bridge rather than with code internal to pump.io.

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ghost commented Aug 19, 2014

Please support OStatus.

Or are there other ways how I can follow someone on pump.io when I am running GNU social?

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akuckartz commented Aug 19, 2014

Is OStatus still of relevance ?

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marxistvegan commented Aug 19, 2014

@evanp what can we do to work on making this happen?

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ghost commented Aug 19, 2014

@akuckartz according to Wikipedia many free/open source social network software support OStatus. And what other protocol would you use to follow follow people/groups on other services?

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akuckartz commented Aug 20, 2014

@txt-file Which "other services" do you have in mind?

The W3C recently started the Social Interest Group and the Social Web Working Group. See http://www.w3.org/Social/ for further information and links.

If you are interested in becoming an active member of the Social IG you can apply to become an invited expert (if you are not working for a W3C member company).

You also might want to join the Federated Social Web Community Group:
http://www.w3.org/community/fedsocweb/

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ghost commented Aug 21, 2014

@akuckartz e.g. I am using Gnu social and want to follow people/groups which are using pump.io.

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xuhdev commented Oct 24, 2014

+1 on supporting OStatus

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vyp commented Feb 11, 2016

+1. same as @txt-file

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pizzamaker commented Feb 11, 2016

Would definitely love to see this :)

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andybalaam commented Nov 5, 2016

It would be brilliant if I could follow people on indenti.ca from mastodon.social - see https://github.com/Gargron/mastodon/issues/138

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strugee commented Nov 5, 2016

Heya! Here's the deal:

This is almost certainly never going to make it into pump.io core since as Evan pointed out above, it makes more sense as a separate bridge. Anyone who wants this feature badly enough is welcome to step up and volunteer to write such a bridge (and I'll be happy to help out whoever does however I'm able), however this won't be high priority for pump.io roadmap for a looooong while. I.e. if no one does this independently, it simply won't happen. I'm really hoping that someone steps up to do this, since it would be pretty sweet. (+1s here are, as usual, extremely unlikely to change the above.)

Thanks for your interest in pump.io :)

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evanp commented Mar 31, 2018

At this point in time, I'd suggest writing an OStatus-to-ActivityPub bridge, since it'd be more useful.

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Serkan-devel commented Apr 3, 2018

Does anyone here know how to follow a mastodon user from a pump.io instance?

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strugee commented Apr 3, 2018

@Serkan-devel it isn't possible... yet. That'll change when ActivityPub support lands.

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Serkan-devel commented Apr 3, 2018

Can pump.io speak to a gnusocial instance? https://pump2status.net/ Seems to have been caught by a domain grabber. Just like Openfarmgame

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strugee commented Apr 3, 2018

No, GNU Social uses OStatus

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Serkan-devel commented Apr 3, 2018

What does pump.io use then?

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Serkan-devel commented Apr 3, 2018

Wait, @evanp must have co-written the Activitypub spec https://www.w3.org/TR/activitypub/

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clacke commented Apr 4, 2018

@Serkan-devel pump.io uses its own pump.io protocol. Sometimes people call it ActivityPump, but that has several meanings. The ActivityPub effort (the W3C Social Working Group) was started by Evan, and ActivityPub is based off pump.io, but with ActivityStreams updated to 2.0 and several more changes made during the standardization work, based on input from the WG members and their experience building other federated social networks.

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Serkan-devel commented Apr 4, 2018

How far off are ActivityPub and ActivityStreams 2.0?

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strugee commented Apr 4, 2018

See #1483

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evanp commented Apr 9, 2018

@Serkan-devel we are cranking on it right now. I'd expect it for the next version of pump.io, either 5.2.0 or 6.0.0 depending on whether deprecation is backwards-compatible.

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